Consultant to conduct overall EU IcSP programme evaluation

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Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Closing date: 23 Apr 2021

The Danish Refugee Council and the Danish Demining Group (DRC-DDG) is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization operating in 35 countries. In late 2018, DRC-DDG undertook the identification of priority areas with the most acute needs from both mine action and livelihoods perspectives. From January 2020 onwards, with funding from the European Union Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (EU IcSP), DRC has been implementing an integrated project (“Revitalising Frontline Communities Through Humanitarian De-mining and Livelihood Support”) to improve physical safety of civilians as well as the resilience of target communities by increasing the level of private income and repairing key social infrastructure.

Scope of Works

The Consultant will work in collaboration with the EU IcSP Team under the guidance of the project coordinator, Livelihoods and Protection Programme Managers, and Operations Manager with the support of the DRC-DDG Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Team. The main responsibility of the consultant is:

  • to assess EU IcSP project outcomes in selected communities in Luhansk Oblast through quantitative and qualitative methodologies, inclusive of surveys, key informant interviews and focus-group discussions with beneficiaries, community members and stakeholders;

  • to conduct a participatory external evaluation on the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact sustainability of the action;

  • to prepare an analytical report with key findings, good practices, lessons learnt and recommendations for further programme development and M&E of such programmes based on the collected data in the research areas.

Objectives:

  1. To measure the results of the integrated programme activities (namely, HMA, livelihoods, and protection) implemented under the EU IcSP project.

  2. To prepare recommendations for further strategic programme development and its monitoring and evaluation, focusing particularly on Area-Based Development (ABD) framework.

The Scope of Works and the quotation form can be dowloaded via the link.

How to apply:

By 16-00 EEST on Friday, April 23, 2021 applicants should submit their quotations supplemented with the supportive documents listed on the RFQ form and the Scope of Works to email rfq.ukr@drc.ngo

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